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I WANT TO PRINT SCREEN

I AM COPYING FILES ONTO A WRITE CD.
I WANT TO COPY THE SCREEN WHICH HAS THE FILES NAMES.

I THOUGHT I COULD USE ALT+PRINT SCREEN. IT DOES NOT WORK.

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Press the print screen button on your keyboard.

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It sounds like you have not copied all the files onto your NEW CD.
Do not try to copy the files manually. I suggest you use a disc copying programe which will copy any hidden files.
Alternatively, set your computer to ' show all hidden files' then you can copy them manually.
Any probs with this contact me.
Regards
Stuart (Ludwigstu@aol.com)

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